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A calm day along the river

By on February 25, 2020 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Jean O’Keeffe is a local Wenatchee artist-photographer who was raised in East Wenatchee.

She and her husband, Lonnie, also a Wenatchee native, moved back to Wenatchee two years ago for retirement.

Jean’s artwork begins by enhancing her photographs with various “darkroom” software programs to develop images into her creative expressions. She loves to experiment with the ever-changing software using layers, textures or filters. Jean enjoys creating composite images, and digitally painting with her Wacom tablet. Her favorite compositions include florals and landscapes.

River Trees was taken last spring with her go-to camera, a Canon 5DSR. The photo was taken on US Route 97A, just south of the Knapp Hill tunnel. That day the Columbia River was calm and blue, setting off a beautiful reflection of trees, vineyards and rolling hills.

More of Jean’s work can be seen at Two Rivers Art Gallery in Wenatchee, or on her website www.macroabundanceart.com.

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